Dr G Satheesh Reddy, the Chairman of DRDO and Secretary of Department of Defence R&D, recently addressed MIT students as the first speaker of the TechTatva ’19 Talk Series. He enlightened the audience about developments on the nation’s defence front, and encouraged students to put efforts into research that will help in strengthening the country’s security.
Electrific was an especially charged category at TechTatva. With events like Electropoly, Colour Rush, and Circuitrix, Electrific added an element of fun to the seemingly complex field of electronics. Read on for more.
With a Buffet of options to choose from—from a stock market simulation to black money crackdown, Bizzmaestro catered to all the business and finance enthusiasts of Manipal. Read on for more.
In Kraftwagen, participants designed and built their very own multi-purpose bots with help from the organisers. They were put to the test in a series of obstacle courses and challenging tasks. Only the strongest bot was able to emerge as the winner in this battle of machines.
Mechanize was the category at Tech Tatva this year for lovers of Mechanical Engineering as students flocked in to try to solve some basic engineering problems and innovate their way to victory. Read on to find out more.
Energia brought to the forefront the extremely important idea of being environmentally-conscious. With its events, Swadesh and Trash-to-Treasure, it tested the participants’ knowledge of environmental sciences and also made them put knowledge to practical use, as they build something useful out of trash.
Diving into a world of ideas an innovations, Paper Presentation provided a platform for students all over to showcase their research. With a whopping outstation participation of 48 teams, Paper Presentation succeeded in aggregating a multitude of research proposals.
Constructure provided students with a platform to learn and apply the concepts of civil engineering. Participants spanning across all years grabbed this opportunity to gain the valuable practical experience required in this field.
Time Attack Shweta Gadepalli Ironically enough for an event titled ‘Time Attack’, the tournament started two hours late. However, even the rains couldn’t dampen the spirits of the excited participants. With raging fuel-powered cars, an excited crowd, and enthusiastic participants, the tournament was a great start
Medicine and Technology came together in Epsilon’s events as participants learned the workings of various medical appliances. With a strong participation, the students left having had a practical experience of rigging circuits and understanding and identifying the technologies used in medical science.